RARITAN TOWNSHIP LOAN CLOSING

NJ I-Bank and NJDOT Helping to Improve New Jersey's Infrastructure, One Project at a Time

Raritan Township recently closed on a $2,882,950 loan with the New Jersey Transportation Bank for Road resurfacing.

The project will include approximately 3,100 linear feet of resurfacing on Hart Boulevard from Shefffield Station Road to Indian Plantation Road. This portion of the roadway has been deteriorating rapidly and is in poor condition due to the increase of traffic volume, traffic loading, and age. All ADA ramps will be re-designed and reconstructed.

In addition, approximately 3,300 linear feet of roadway will be resurfaced on Sun Ridge Drive from Case Boulevard to Rittenhouse Circle. Sun Ridge Drive is a collector street which interconnects courts where there are high density residential units, condos, and residential homes. The roadway was constructed in the 1980's and is about 35 years old.

Several roadways in Colonial Heights will also be resurfaced: 2,400 feet on Pleasant Way; 1,400 feet on Summit Trail; 1,000 feet on Stonegate Court and 400 feet on Braintree Court, all 30 feet in width. The Colonial Heights development was constructed in the 1980's and is approximately 40 years old. The drainage system will be analyzed and adjusted as needed.

Approximately 750 x 30 feet of the Devonshire Court cul-de-sac of Wellington Avenue will be resurfaced. The roadway was constructed in the early 1980's and needs resurfacing with some base repairs and fabric as needed.

Approximately 300 x 30 feet of the Plymouth Court cul-de-sac of Londonderry Drive will be resurfaced. The roadway was constructed in the early 1980's and needs resurfacing with some base repairs and fabric as needed.

The interior of all catch basins will be repaired, parged (as needed) and retrofitted with type N-ECO Phase II head and bicycle safe grate. Traffic signs will be replaced as needed, and stripes will be installed as required by MUTCD. Traffic controls will be laid out as needed, in accordance with the NJDOT traffic plans and MUTCD.

For more information, contact the New Jersey Infrastructure Bank at (609) 219-8600.

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